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The Kitchen Sink strain only has two parent strains although you would expect a multitude of parent strains due to the namesake of this strain. The strain is going to be pretty potent but can be used during most parts of the day. Genetics have improved due to scientists taking on the challenge. 

Below will provide the information that you need to know about the Kitchen Sink marijuana strain

Kitchen Sink Strain Genetics

Is Kitchen Sink strain an Indica or Sativa?

Kitchen Sink is a balanced hybrid of GMO Cookies and Sundae Driver. The high is almost psychedelic as it hits instantly giving you a burst of creativity and focus. You will be sedated after the initial rush so keep some snacks nearby as you won’t be able to move for hours.

GMO Cookies is extremely potent with up to 24 percent THC. The flavor of coffee and fruit will shine through with this strain. You will be sedated by this strain so it is best to consume at the end of the day. 

Sundae Driver strain is bred for flavor with only 16 percent THC. The effects will lighten your mood even after a stressful day. Expect a relaxing high along with a sweet chocolate candy flavor. 

Kitchen Sink Weed Strain Yield 

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Kitchen Sink can be tough to grow if you don’t have experience training plants or trimming. Most of the work will have to be done during the vegetation phase leading into the flowering phase. 

Outdoors the strain will produce just under a pound per plant. Indoors you can expect 1 to 2 ounces per square foot. Indoor grows will yield an amount associated with the space the plant has to grow. 

Kitchen Sink Pot Strain Flowering Time 

The flowering phase of Kitchen Sink lasts 8 to 9 weeks. The nugs are a deep dark green with hues of blue. There are orange hairs along with white trichomes on these long and skinny buds. 

Growing marijuana outdoors can be done but you need to find strains that thrive in your local climate. You might find one strain does extremely well while another is not ideal for your outdoor growing setup. Take your time to do quite a bit of research on any strain you are growing to ensure you are providing the best environment possible. 

THC Content Of The Kitchen Sink Strain 

Kitchen Sink is very potent with a range of 19 to 23 percent THC. The more experience that you have before smoking this strain the better. You want to enjoy your high rather than wondering when it will end in quiet discomfort. 

Flavor And Aroma Of The Kitchen Sink Weed Strain 

The flavor of Kitchen Sink is a nutty creamy and fruity combination. The aroma is creamy and of earth. The terpenes in this potent strain are Bisabolol, Myrcene, and Terpineol. 

Bisabolol is used to help treat insomnia, stress, depression, and anxiety. The terpene is used frequently in soaps and other cosmetic products. Dragon Fruit and Ice Cream Cake are two strains that contain this relaxing terpene. 

Myrcene helps treat insomnia due to its ability to relax the mind and body. White Runtz and Red Headed Stranger are two strains with this common terp. 

Terpineol refers to 4 closely linked terpenes that have an aroma of lime. There are antiviral properties as well as the ability to reduce stress and anxiety. Strains that contain this terpene are White Russian and Lemon Cake. 

Kitchen Sink Weed Seeds

Seed Finder and Neptune Seed Bank both have Kitchen Sink marijuana seeds for sale. The aspect you might not realize is that you are committing a crime by having them shipped. The bank might send them regardless and this could land you in serious legal trouble. 

Finding weed seeds should not present a challenge when you live in a legal state. Take the time to research online to see if any local establishments have Kitchen Sink seeds available. You might also have luck finding cuttings of a healthy plant if you are close to the growing community in your area. 

Price Of Kitchen Sink Marijuana 

Kitchen Sink is going to be a pricey strain coming in at $60 per 1/8th of an ounce. The full oz. is going to cost $380 to $390. The strain is considered premium due to having such a great lineage. 

Finding great prices on weed will require shopping around online. Calling dispensaries about in-store deals is also important as not all websites are updated regularly. Technology is improving this through inventory management being automated. 

Concentrates are going to differ immensely from flower. A single gram can last a person quite a bit of time when compared to flower which offers a less intense high. Dabs are not for those without experience as this is a great way to have a very bad high where others have to comfort you. 

Medical Conditions Kitchen Sink

Medical marijuana is spreading throughout the country along with recreational weed. The benefits of marijuana can be garnered through smoking or taking an edible. Kitchen Sink can help with the following medical conditions: 

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  • Chronic Pain
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Stress
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety

Kitchen Sink has a CBD content of well under 1 percent. The strain is not great for more severe symptoms of conditions like epilepsy. Take the time to look at the cannabinoid content of any product you purchase as this can impact the relief you find. 

Final Words On The Kitchen Sink Marijuana Strain

The Kitchen Sink marijuana strain is one that you definitely have to try. The lineage is nothing to scoff at and the effects are quite unique. The high will hit you immediately so you won’t have to worry about lingering effects hitting you like with other strains.  

Kitchen Sink is a humorous name which is not rare in the cannabis industry. The names are not only creative but also tribute to certain figures in the marijuana industry. What is your favorite strain that is named after something random like that of Gorilla Glue

Gavin Kushman. Cannabis strain writer in a cannabis garden
Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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